About

Dan Demers has a passion for travel – connecting with other cultures, sampling local foods, learning traditional music, attempting to speak the language, and when possible making a positive impact on less-fortunate communities.

With this blog, Dan aims to provide informative and entertaining content including his personal travel log, cultural tidbits and anecdotes, and profiles of fellow travelers. In addition to being an informative travel journal, this blog aims to support volunteer travel, bringing a network of people together to make a difference around the world.

Followers have the option of a premium membership- for $3.50/month, subscribers sponsor Dan’s travel and humanitarian efforts. Supporters can choose to receive the monthly sponsor’s e-mail newsletter including reports on how monthly subscription fees have been used to positively impact lives around the world.

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Lunch with Street Kids

Lunch with street kids in Sucre, Bolivia.

3 Responses to About

  1. Izy says:

    Hey, I’m so glad I decided to check out your site. At the moment I’m traveling myself, so sponsoring you isn’t an option, but I love your idea and wish you all the best. Volunteering in Cambodia was one of the best things I’ve ever done, and I can’t wait to make my way to South America… until then I’ll have to keep dreaming and living through you vicariously!

    • admin says:

      Hey Izy, thanks so much for visiting! You’ve got a cool thing going over there at The Wrong Way Home yourself.

      I’d love to read more about volunteering in Cambodia. That’s definitely on my list so the living vicariously will be mutual. I’m always looking for suggestions for organizations to feature, especially from people who have worked directly with them, so let me know if you’d like to work together on something!

  2. Grace says:

    Dear, President,
    I am writings to you from Myanmar,we are now urgent need house for the
    orphanage,we have rent the house from 2004,now our house owner is
    saling,if he sale we have to move,with these 28 children very
    difficult to find the house,because we are big member and many house
    owner don,t like these children many time we facing problem and even
    our neigbor complain many time a bout us,because of noise,so we are
    praying for the house from 2004 ,we are really need,I request you to
    pray for the house we need 30000US$ for the land and for the
    construction according money we have even we can build a bembo house
    or wooden house,so please pray for this our urgent needs,
    we hope and trust you and your organization for these needs,
    With blessing.
    Mrs Grace,
    Director,
    Hope for Myanmar Children,
    Yangon,
    Myanmar

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